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Dr. Jingfang Fan

I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Prof. Hans Joachim Schellnhuber's group. I got my Ph. D. degree at Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2014. Before arriving at PIK, I worked with Prof. Shlomo Havlin as a post-doctoral researcher. My major research interests include: Climate Networks, Network Theory, Statistical Physics and Complex Systems. Since 2012, I have published over 30 papers on refereed journals, such as Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, New Journal of Physics, Physical Review E, Chaos, EPL, EPJB and etc. I am also the referee of more than 20 research journals, including Nature Communications, Phys. Rev. E., Physics Letters A, Climate Research, Atmosphere, Climate Past, Journal of Geology and Geoscience,Scientific Reports, Plos One and etc.


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There are 16 references in this bibliography folder.

Fan, J, Meng, J, and Saberi, AA (2019).
Percolation framework of the Earth’s topography
PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 99(2):022304.

Fan, J, Zhou, D, Shekhtman L, Shapira, A, Hofstetter, R, Marzocchi, W, Ashkenazy, Y, and Havlin S (2019).
Possible origin of memory in earthquakes: Real catalogs and an epidemic-type aftershock sequence model
PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 99(2):042210.

Dong, G, Fan, J, Shekhtman, LM, Shai, S, Du, R, Tian, L, Chen, X, Stanley, HE, and Havlin, S (2018).
Resilience of networks with community structure behaves as if under an external field
PNAS, 115(27):6911–6915.

Fan, J, Dong, G, Zhou, D, Shekhtman, LM, Meng, J, Chen, X, and Havlin, S (2018).
Structural resilience of spatial networks with inter-links behaving as an external field
New Journal of Physics, 20(9):093003.

Fan, J, Meng, J, Ashkenazy, Y, Havlin, S, and Schellnhuber, HJ (2018).
Climate network percolation reveals the expansion and weakening of the tropical component under global warming
PNAS, 115(52):E12128-E12134.

Meng, J, Fan, J, Ashkenazy, Y, Bunde, A, and Havlin, S (2018).
Forecasting the magnitude and onset of El Niño based on climate network
New J. Phys, 20(4):043036.

Zhang, Y, Chen, D, Fan, J, Havlin, S, and Chen, X (2018).
Correlation and scaling behaviors of fine particulate matter (PM2. 5) concentration in China
EPL (Europhysics Letters) , 122(5):58003.

Ding, Y, Meng, J, Fan, J, Chen, X, and Ye, F (2017).
Statistical properties of random clique networks
Frontiers of Physics , 12 (5):128909.

Fan, J, Meng, J, Ashkenazy, Y, Havlin, S, and Schellnhuber, HJ (2017).
Network analysis reveals strongly localized impacts of El Niño
PNAS, 114(29):7543.

Meng, J, Fan, J, Ashkenazy, Y, and Havlin, S (2017).
Percolation framework to describe El Niño conditions
Chaos , 27: 035807.

Ding, Y, Fan, J, Ye, F, and Chen, X (2016).
Percolation of random clique networks
SCIENTIA SINICA Physica, Mechanica & Astronomica , 46(6):060502.

Fan, J, Meng, J, Chen, X, Ashkenazy, Y, and Havlin, S (2016).
Network approaches to climate science
SCIENCE CHINA, 60(1):010531.

Zhang, Z, Ding, Z, and Fan, J (2015).
Structural and robustness properties of smart-city transportation networks
Chinese Physics B , 24 (9):090201.

Fan, J and Chen, X (2014).
General clique percolation in random networks
EPL, 107(2):28005.

Fan, J, Liu, M, Li, L, and Chen, X (2012).
Continuous percolation phase transitions of random networks under a generalized Achlioptas process
PRE, 85:061110.

Liu, M, Fan, J, Li, L, and Chen, X (2012).
Continuous percolation phase transitions of two-dimensional lattice networks under a generalized Achlioptas process
The European Physical Journal B , 85(4):132.

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